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08/15/2018

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Kate Brownell

This is a common confusion among people and also a tough and sad decision to make. But it is always advised to consult an estate planning attorney to know which is the best for you and your loved ones in the present circumstances. The attorney will help you plan the assets as well as explain the technicalities.

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